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  • 00:17

    Celebrating National Teacher's Day

    in Education

    Everybody who does something good, important, and valuable deserves a day in their honor, right? Well, Teachers certainly are among some of the most deserving. This day honors those hard working, patient and understanding people whom we entrust our children to.


    Teachers mold our kids in a positive direction, affecting who they are and who they become - good and bad.  From Kindergarten through college, teachers arethere. So let's give 'em their due. 


    SHOW SPONSORS:  Roots of Health   Charismatic Central

  • 00:32

    John Kane (Mohawk), a national radio, TV and print commentator on Native issues

    in Culture

    Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show


    Special Guest: John Kane (Mohawk), on the line with me from Seneca Territory in western New York. He is a national radio, TV and print commentator on Native issues.


    Show Topic: Join us as we discuss the importance of protecting the sacred Mauna Kea Mountain, the tallest peak on the Big Island of Hawaii.


    John Kane is a regular monthly guest on my show. He hosts two weekly radio shows, "Let's Talk Native... with John Kane" on ESPN-AM 1520 in Buffalo, New York and “Let's Talk... with John Kane” on WBAI-FM ­– Pacifica Radio – in New York City. He’s frequently seen and heard on TV and radio.


    Featured Song: "Hawaii 78" by Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwo`ole (Hawaiian activist and recording artist).


    Producer/Host: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Engineer/Talent: Brian Curski (Minnesotan).


    Airing Sunday 4/19/15 at 5:30 a.m. CDT on KQRS (KQ92) 92.5 FM, at 6:00 a.m. CDT on KXXR (93X) 93.7 FM and WGVX (Sports Station) 105.1 FM in the Twin Cities, MN, US.


    The Midnight Special streaming Wednesday 5/6/15 at 12:00 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio. Enjoy the Show!

  • 00:44

    Time Magazine's "Transgender Tipping Point" Cover Girl: Laverne Cox

    in Current Events

    Poz.com reported, "At the 2014 United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) in San Diego, Laverne Cox, star of Orange Is the New Black, gave a speech that was simultaneously entertaining, informative and very intimate.  “I stand before you today as a person who is somehow HIV negative. I feel weird even saying that. We live in a world that assumes because I’m black and transgender, I must be HIV positive. And that stigma is so crippling to me as I go out in the world and look for love and affection.'”  


    In this episode, Laverne is introduced by Transgender activist icon Tracie Jada O'Brien. Watch his exclusive video here.


    For information on the National Minority AIDS Council (the producer of the conference), click here.


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  • 00:31

    Episode 35: Eberley, Snottie, and Shane Young talk the Semi Finals

    in Sports

    What does the future hold?


    The NBA playoffs are in full swing, second round matchups are under way.


    Shane Young, Snottie, and Eberley talk semi Finals and our MVP award winner.


    Who has been the best player thus far?


    Who has the most pressure to perform in the second round?


    That and more tonight! Make sure to tune in.

  • 00:58

    Is Sharpton Selling Airtime to Unions?

    in Politics Conservative

     


    National Review:  Since Politics Nation debuted on MSNBC on August 29, 2011, Al Sharpton’s nonprofit National Action Network has collected more than $2.38 million in contributions from unions, according to Department of Labor records. Meanwhile, Sharpton has often used his show to promote pro-labor viewpoints, also inviting union leadership on as guests.


     


     Sharpton has swapped donations to National Action Network for air time before, though it’s unclear whether such arrangements apply to his MSNBC show.  Sharpton has swapped donations to National Action Network for air time before, though it’s unclear whether such arrangements apply to his MSNBC show.


     


    Dave Bego is a CEO and author of The Devil at Our Doorstep.


     


     


     


    Tags:  Dave Bego, Devil at Our Doorstep, Sharpton, MSNBC, union, labor, National Action Network


     

  • 02:00

    Why Facebook Shouldn't Be The Only Place You Market Your Music?

    in Music

    Live Tonight from 8pm -10pm Est
    Tonight's Topic: Why Facebook Shouldn't Be The Only Place You Market Your Music?

    Facebook is most definitely an excellent place to promote your music. However, as musician marketeers you can't be a one trick pony. Don't forget MySpace and Napster also had its heyday, where are they now?


    Call in tonight share your tips and advice, as it pertains to business of Music !

    UPLOAD your Mp3 at www.hiphopnational.com

    To listen in call: 213.559.2995 Show Date: 5/5/2015

  • 01:35

    Who’s the Bad Guy?

    in News

    Dave’s guest this week is Arthur J. Jones, an active participant in the fight for the preservation for White Western civilization for over 40 years.


    His political activity began in 1967 and in 1968 he helped put George Wallace on the ballot, going door-to-door, calling on Black-owned businesses who resented the weekly extortion payments they made to support the Black Panther Party. In 1969, Jones was drafted into the Army and sent to Vietnam as a combat infantryman.


    Jones entered college after his discharge from the Army, and became involved with the Young Republicans and was a delegate to the Wisconsin state Republican convention. He later joined the American Party in support for Congressman John Schmitz, whom Wallace designated his successor in the presidential campaign of 1972 after he was shot.


    Disgusted by the media blackout of Schmitz’s campaign, Jones joined the National Socialist White People’s Party (American Nazi Party) and was that party’s candidate for Milwaukee mayor in 1976, where he received more votes than the candidates of the Republican Party, Socialist Workers Party and the U.S. Labor Party, but lost to the incumbent mayor. He remained with that party for eight years, then left to form his own organization, the America First Committee. Since then he has run for Congress in the 3rd Congressional district in Illinois, where he received 33% of the vote in the Republican primary in 2010.


    Jones has continued his activism by speaking at rallies and demonstrations all across the South and Midwest, sponsored by groups such as Aryan Nations and the National Socialist Movement.


    Jones’s grandfather was a World War 1 veteran, his father was a World War 2 veteran, and his mother was a veteran of the Women’s Army Corp. He is Welsh, Scottish, Norwegian and Swedish, and has been married to his 100% Irish wife, Patricia, a retired Chicago schoolteacher since 1983.

  • 00:29

    The Challenges of Relationships

    in Lifestyle

    Have you ever been in a situation where things are going really good and then, all of a sudden, things get crazy? You do a double take trying to figure out what just happened don't you? We've all been in that or similar situations that make us just scratch our head.


    On today's Your Blueprint for LiFE: Living in Freedom Everyday we're going to take a look at handling conflict, knowing when to let go and the power of reconciliation. One of the greatest examples is that of Paul and Barnabas.


     


    Don't forget that it's National Day of Prayer!



    Join us live at 1 pm  - Call in (917) 889-3285


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  • 00:29

    A Day in the Life of ACH president and vice dean Jonathan M. Ellen, M.D.

    in Business

    Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Jonathan M. Ellen, M.D., president and vice dean of All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. Dr. Ellen is leading the transformation of All Children's from a regional pediatric referral center to an academic children's hospital and national leader in research, teaching and patient care. 

    Under his visionary leadership, All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine launched an innovative new pediatric residency program and new fellowships, established the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Heart Institute and expanded programs dedicated to patient safety and quality. He forged collaborations among physicians at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg and the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center in Baltimore, leading to new clinical and translational research spanning both campuses. 

    Dr. Ellen joined the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1999. He was named vice dean for All Children’s Hospital in 2011 and president of All Children’s Hospital in 2012. 

    Dr. Ellen lives in St. Petersburg, FL and enjoys all that the Sunshine State has to offer. He and his wife have a son and daughter. 

    To learn more about Dr. Jonathan M. Ellen and his leadership of All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine, tune in Wednesday, May 6 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHRadio

  • 01:09

    Hotbed Radio: Future 4--National Middle School QB Invitational Showcase Recap

    in Sports

    http://footballhotbed.com We'll be wrapping up an incredible weekend on our show tonight.  We'll talk to winners of the Future 4: National Middle School QB Showcase.  We'll also talk to the finalist and coaches from the showcase, including Head coach Drew Philips.